An interconnection and sealing method used for stacking the electrolyte-supported honeycomb solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) is presented. The honeycombs were made of yttria partially stabilized zirconia and yttria stabilized zirconia with channels. The size of each channel was and long. The thickness of the channel walls is . The electrode materials were Ni-cermet and lanthanum strontium manganite. Newly designed metal plates with insulation layers were used for the interconnection and gas sealing between the honeycomb single cells. An open circuit voltage (OCV) of was obtained at using a two-cell stack. A small amount of OCV reduction was observed during a thermal cycling. However, the high values of the OCVs and the stable current indicated preferable electric connections, and lower gas leakage. The successful test shows that the interconnection and sealing method with the proposed interconnect plates is promising for honeycomb SOFC stacks.